Scott Hines of TV Tan Line spends way too much time in front of his computer capturing video frames. The man was overdue for a vacation, even a mini one, so he ventured to the Cotton Bowl for Saturday's Red River Rivalry game between Oklahoma and Texas.
Everything is big in Texas, including the 212-foot Ferris wheel at the State Fair. It is the largest Ferris wheel in North America.
The crowd is evenly divided between Sooner and Longhorn fans, and this is a shot from high atop the Cotton Bowl, looking across toward the Oklahoma contingent.
As you can see, Oklahoma's fans — with the Sooners about to be handed a 45-35 loss — made an early dash for the exits.
A terrific end zone shot of a nearly empty Cotton Bowl.
The Dallas skyline from the top ring of the Cotton Bowl.
The "GameDay" crew breaks it down.
Nothing quite like fair food, is there? How about some chicken fried bacon!
Perhaps it's best to stay with that time-tested artery blocker, the corn dog.
Click to enlarge this terrific image of the Cotton Bowl crowd.